November 15, 2010

Your Wish for My Promotional Products = My Command

The Holiday Card Scoring Guide in 11x11 poster form (there is also an 11x14 version):

(as you can see from the watermark, this screenshot is from Zazzle.com)
(the watermark is not on the poster itself)
(click to biggify)
(it might still not be biggified enough to read)

10 comments:

Christy said...

Heh! I'm off to order one (tonight, because I'm at work). Thanks!

Elsha said...

Now you just need to request Christmas cards from all your blog readers so you can score them!

Therese said...

Your scoring system totally makes me smile (almost as getting Christmas cards in the mail)! Thanks for creating it.

Jana said...

LOVE this!

Mama Bub said...

What if your photo was taken on the beach in NOVEMBER? Is that -10 out of spite for those still able to visit the beach at this time of year?

Marie Green said...

This cracks me up. And makes me mentally score any/all cards/letters I have sent in the past. ;)

Swistle said...

Mama Bub- Ha ha! It depends. Is it CHILLY on the beach so everyone's in sweaters with rosy cheeks? Then that's fine and no points will be deducted.

If it's HOT, but it was a family vacation in November or the family lives in an area where hot-beach-visiting is possible in November, THEN no points will be deducted AS LONG AS the border/card around the photo does NOT contain snow or snowmen or snowflakes or other cold things. If the border/card surrounding the photo is not-wintery/cold, THEN the card does not have to lose points.

Miz S said...

Oh my God...I might have to order this.

Swistle said...

Christy- If you sign up with Zazzle (like, create a user name and password) and get on their mailing list, they'll tell you when the posters go on sale: EVERYTHING goes on sale eventually, often for 50% off and/or free shipping.

Alice said...

i definitely plan to rank my cards this year (maybe we can all report back to you on our averages?)